We’ll continue to catch a break from wet weather to start the new work week but chances return to Kansas as early as Monday evening. Until then, enjoy a quiet morning with partly cloudy skies and cool temperatures in the 20s to 40s. Winds are light so the wind chill isn’t much of a factor.
There were some light rain showers that developed on radar late last night and early this morning but nothing more than a few drops reached the ground so roads are dry and everyone can expect a smooth commute into work. Skies will be sunny at times but patchy clouds will occasionally work their way into the area. Highs warm into the 40s to 60s with the warmest areas along the Kansas/Oklahoma line.
Once we get into the evening there’s a chance for some rain showers to develop in Northern Kansas. This chance lasts through the night with most rain staying north and west of Wichita as lows fall into the 30s and 40s.
There could be a little snow that mixes in in extreme Northwestern Kansas. Any area rain showers drop farther south into South Central Kansas Tuesday. A better chance will be in the afternoon and evening.
By early Wednesday morning there could be some leftovers along the Kansas/Oklahoma line but it’ll be dry the rest of the day. The most rain which will total around .50″ falls in North Central Kansas. After another short break from rain more develops by Friday with rounds of rumbles over the weekend. While the severe threat is low Friday night through Sunday storm strength will be monitored closely over the coming days. Spring officially starts Wednesday and our temperatures this week agree.